Cycling at the 1928 Summer Olympics – Men's track time trial
|Men's cycling track time trial
at the Games of the IX Olympiad
|Competitors||14 from 14 nations|
|Cycling at the
1928 Summer Olympics
|Individual road race||men|
|Team road race||men|
The men's track time trial, a part of the cycling events at the 1928 Summer Olympics, took place at the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam. The race was won by the Danish rider Willy Hansen in 1 minutes, 14.2 seconds. Each nation was limited to one competitor. The distance was 1 kilometre.
|Willy Hansen (DEN)||1:14.2|
|Gerard Bosch van Drakestein (NED)||1:15.1|
|Dunc Gray (AUS)||1:15.3|
|4||Octave Dayen (FRA)||1:16.0|
|5||Kurt Einsiedel (GER)||1:17.1|
|6||Edward Kerridge (GBR)||1:18.0|
|Józef Lange (POL)||1:18.0|
|8||Francisco Rodríguez (ARG)||1:18.4|
|9||Jean Aerts (BEL)||1:18.6|
|Angelo Cattaneo (ITA)||1:18.6|
|11||Lew Elder (CAN)||1:19.0|
|Bertie Donnelly (IRL)||1:19.0|
|13||Erich Fäs (SUI)||1:19.2|
|14||Eduardo Maillard (CHI)||1:20.1|
|15||Franz Dusika (AUT)||1:22.0|
|16||Galip Cav (TUR)||1:22.3|
De Wael lists 16 competitors, with Francisco Rodríguez of Argentina placing 8th and Angelo Cattaneo of Italy tying with Aerts for 9th (with other finishers moving down correspondingly). Their names were not on the 1928 Official Report, but were discovered via research on Dutch newspapers from the time.
- "Cycling at the 1928 Amsterdam Summer Games: Men's Time Trial". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 11 June 2014.
- "1928 Summer Olympics official report" (PDF).
- "Cycling - Road 1928".